D-allose biosynthetic process
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Rare sugars are defined as monosaccharides that exist in nature but are only present in limited quantities. d-Allose is a rare… Expand ABSTRACT The nematocidal activities of the fatty acid esters of d-allose were examined using the larvae of C. elegans. Among the… Expand We describe the syntheses of three different deoxy-D-allose analogs [2-deoxy-D-allose (2-DOAll), 1,2-dideoxy-D-allose (1,2-DOAll… Expand The title compound, C6H12O6, a C-3 position epimer of glucose, was crystallized from an equimolar mixture of d- and l-allose. It… Expand Unusual deoxy sugars are often attached to natural products such as antibiotics, antifungals, and chemotherapeutic agents. One… Expand Objective D-allose, an all-cis aldo-hexose, is non-caloric and possesses antioxidant properties. We investigated the effects of… Expand Derivatives of 5,7-diamino-3,5,7,9-tetradeoxynon-2-ulosonic acids are essential constituents of some bacterial polysaccharides… Expand Sulfonated 3-amino-3-deoxy-(1-->6)-alpha-D-allopyranans were synthesized to elucidate the relationship between structure and such… Expand d-arabino-3-Hexulose 6-phosphate was prepared by condensation of formaldehyde with ribulose 5-phosphate in the presence of 3… Expand